Legacy Fighting Alliance lightweight champion Bryce Logan has inked a multi-fight contract with Bellator MMA.
Sherdog.com confirmed the signing with a promotion official after Logan’s management team announced the news on social media. Logan is the latest in a slew of LFA title holders to sign with the California-based promotion, joining the likes of light heavyweight champion Alex Polizzi, featherweight king Justin Gonzales and welterweight ruler Jaleel Willis on the Bellator roster.
According to his management, Logan will make his second Bellator appearance on Nov. 5. He previously appeared at Bellator 204 in August 2018, falling to Damarques Jackson via split decision.
Logan rejoins Bellator after winning three consecutive bouts in LFA. Most recently, outpointed Jacob Rosales over five rounds to capture lightweight gold at LFA 87 on July 31. The Power MMA team representative is 12-4 as a professional overall, with four wins inside the distance and eight via decision.
“Many of you may have heard, but I’m beyond excited to announce that I have signed a multi-fight contract with [Bellator MMA],” Logan wrote on Instagram. “I can’t wait to get in there on the big stage and make my mark against some of the greatest fighters in the world.
“This journey continues to humble me and remind me that hard work and investing in yourself is never a bad idea. I almost feel guilty for the amount of blessings I have received this year, especially watching the struggles that many of my friends and acquaintances have endured this crazy year.”